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How do I make my fill-in-the-blank exercise more obvious?

You could suggest a shape that matches the choices below, and use a color to suggest interactivity. Then, to match that, make a hover state that matches the area above: Another slight option is to ...
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What is the design system of gumroad?

I am sharing few Figma and Medium resource links below, related to your required design style, which may help you get started. Neubrutalism Landing Page Design Neubrutalism Icons Set Neubrutalism UI ...
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Should we design for matured system or evolving system?

Design for the version users have today The product will evolve in ways you can't yet understand. You can slowly train users toward the future you envision, but the current workflows are paramount to ...
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How do I make my fill-in-the-blank exercise more obvious?

You may need to add any signal (icon or graphic) showing where the beginning of the area to be completed is, in this way you will avoid leaving orphan the incomplete areas at the beginning of the ...
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What is the design system of gumroad?

Okay after 2 hours of Google searches, I found the word, it is neubrutalism!
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Is there any resource for UI patterns of web applications?

I found a great resource for UI patterns which also provides some ideas as well. https://www.uxlibrary.org/explore/ui-design/ui-patterns-and-inspiration There are many references on that site but the ...
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Is there any resource for UI patterns of web applications?

Not sure if you are looking for design patterns (i.e. technology and implementation agnostic design solutions to common user tasks and problems) such as those documented in UI Patterns or something ...
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How do I make my fill-in-the-blank exercise more obvious?

Instead of giving the character for ‘two’ as part of the question, could you include it next to (or as part of) each answer? That would take a little more screen space, but seems far clearer than the ...
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Should we design for matured system or evolving system?

In this particular instance, I'd suggest transparency. You are asking users to use a tool in its early days, where they will get less benefit initially, but where you expect them to see an ...
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Can anyone recommend the best textbooks for students learning UX and UI design?

I've found these to be helpful: About Face by Alan Cooper, Designing for the Digital Age by Kim Goodman, Lean UX by Jeff Gothelf & Josh Seiden, books from A Book Apart. Happy reading!
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Memory task usability test

It all depends on what you are trying to achieve/measure, which is unclear from your post. Hence, I'll talk in more general terms in hope that you can still find it useful. I'll try and keep my answer ...
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How do I make my fill-in-the-blank exercise more obvious?

Perhaps by keeping the blank spaces the same size as the answer, including any kerning issues? That way, were the answer moved into place everything would line up identically as when it's fully typed ...
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Is there any resource for UI patterns of web applications?

Good resources I discovered some time ago are: https://www.pageflows.com/ https://saaswebsites.com/pro/
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How can you validate what you've learned as a UX designer and enhance your skills?

Here are a few things I've done that have been incredibly helpful to me: Connect with industry experts or experienced individuals on LinkedIn. Seek validation and feedback from them regarding what ...
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Video learning platform for User Experience Resources

Another place you can look for video content that isn't necessarily found within online learning platforms are the websites of companies that develop UX tools (e.g. Adobe XD or Figma or Invision, etc.)...
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How to categorise UI/UX notes?

TL;DR: There are many options. It depends on what you are trying to achieve. Choose what works best for you Since you specifically mentioned UI and UX, two possible use cases immediately came to my ...
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Should users know advanced and low priority features of the app?

Sure, you can tell users the feature exists - in a place where showing it's available is relevant. Changing pincode usually resides somewhere in settings, so show it's available within the settings ...
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How could I make this sheet more intuitive?

I agree with Michael Lai that you need to test with actual learners and trust their feedback. A couple of answers from a general UX perspective: Putting each character in its own line might be ...
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Need help for naming a switch on our website

'Learning mode' is a bit vague. Does change how you interact? Does it hide stuff or show more? Does it change the layout? Is it a completely new interface (e.g. you have a normal list of words to read,...
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Need help for naming a switch on our website

Best case scenario is that you name it in a way that makes users know what will happen when they use this switch. I think "Learning mode" is fine in this case, you could provide an explanation in ...
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User Research Insights Database

Trello has the functionalities you are asking for. Inside Trello, you can have it like; Board = Testing session / Project List = Template or view of the application Card = Single finding itself (...
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User Research Insights Database

A wiki based e.g. on MediaWiki seems to be a solution here. You can enter text, upload media, do fulltext searches and - by categories - assign tags.
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Should we design for matured system or evolving system?

This is a hard question. Going one way leaves you with non-optimal interface that would be easier for Users to learn, and get used to. There will be more to rework in the future, and the Users you ...
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Where does user experience begin and end?

The user experience designer does typically have a role throughout the entire lifecycle of an application or website. It is very important for a UX designer to be a part of the discovery phase to ...
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